Galina Hale

Research Adviser, Federal Reserve Bank of San Fransisco

Galina Hale (Borisova) is a Research Adviser at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, where she worked since 2006. Prior to joining the Federal Reserve she was an Assistant Professor in the Economics Department of Yale University. She also taught as a visiting faculty at Stanford and UC Berkeley Economics Departments and Haas School of Business. Galina began to study economics in Russia, first in Moscow State University economics department and then at the New Economic School's master's program. She briefly worked as a Consultant for the Russian Ministry of Finance. She received her PhD in economics in 2002 from UC Berkeley, under the supervision of Barry Eichengreen.

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